Checklist: 4 important considerations for selecting a low-code platform
The low-code platform market is evolving rapidly and has many vendors. The Forrester research agency has now counted over 200 different solutions worldwide. This makes it difficult for many organizations to find a suitable vendor. There is a wide range of solutions aimed at the development of mobile apps and portals. A smaller number of solutions offer possibilities for enterprise application development.
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This checklist provides you with questions that you can use during the search for a low-code platform for your organization. These questions help you to take a critical look at your organization before deciding on the most suitable vendor.
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